MATT Ford tonight watched Poole kick-start their troubled campaign and then revealed he was close to completing a deal to sign Przemyslaw Pawlicki.
GOALKEEPER Nick Hutchings hailed Poole Town’s supporters after winning a national award voted for by non-league fans.
BELLE Vue have been hit with a fine and points deduction for controversially postponing their Pirates clash – but Poole will have to make the trek north again.
Police were called to a sci-fi convention after a confrontation between costumed characters from rival clubs.
POLICE and an ambulance are at the scene of a collision between a motorcyclist and a car this evening.
Borough councillors were due tonight to discuss whether to ban the use of eggs from caged hens in the authority’s catering outlets.
“IT seems as if the new band will catch on.”
DORSET’S youngest mayor will give another generation the chance to get involved with local politics through a new initiative.
EIGHT men are making their final preparations before embarking on a marathon effort to raise cash for two Dorset hospices next weekend.
THE shortlist for the Blooming Beautiful Bournemouth campaign has been revealed.
A NEW folk festival is set to descend on Poole next month, with the free Folk On The Quay taking place on June 29-30. The weekend shindig should showcase internationally renowned folk acts, four stages, afternoon street ceilidhs and of course morris dancers.
HOMES along the Purbeck coast were left without power for several hours this morning.
Paul Hollywood is finding the new series of 'The Great British Bake Off' "annoying" because everyone is too good.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are locked in a battle over $10 million.
Keith Lemon has landed a role in 'Coronation Street'.
POLICE cars and stations across Dorset could soon be emblazoned with the logos of private sponsors, it has been warned.
Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of a Hampshire ambulance driver who was killed in a crash.
ALMOST £400,000 was paid out to axed council staff last year to prevent them going to a tribunal or speaking out against their former employer.
A pod of bottlenose dolphins were captured on camera feeding off the headland at Durlston Country Park on Monday.
A CAMPAIGN calling for councils to be given more powers over betting shops is being supported in Bournemouth.
NOT only are we scarring Dorset roadsides with litter but also polluting beaches with potentially lethal rubbish.
A NEW minibus dedicated to the memory of a devoted fundraiser has been delivered to a special needs school in Poole.
A £300,000 project to invesitgate the stability of cliffs at Barton on Sea will start on Monday.
THE funeral of an ambulance driver killed in a crash is due to take place today.
IT’S an innovative addition that will help to save more lives as well as the planet.
The organisers of the America's Cup have confirmed the 2013 event will go ahead despite the death of British Olympian Andrew Simpson, and have appointed a review committee to look into the tragedy.
COUNCIL health chiefs investigating three cases of food poisoning in Christchurch have eliminated a possible link to a local premises.
A HISTORIC Christchurch restaurant, rumoured to have once been owned by the lover of Dr Crippen, will be demolished if a planning application to build 10 flats gets the go-ahead.
OIL companies BP and Shell are being investigated over allegations of price-fixing.
UNEMPLOYMENT has increased by 15,000 to 2.52 million, while total pay growth has fallen to its lowest level in four years.
AROUND 1,200 Poole homes suffered a power cut on Tuesday evening after another fault affecting underground cables.
POOLE’S school crossing patrol service has celebrated its milestone diamond anniversary.
This picture of Ferndown Council School taken circa 1952/53 belongs to Peter Talbot, a former pupil, who now lives in France.
FEW tribute acts can hold their heads up and admit they have been endorsed by a member of their subject matter’s family.
David Cameron will face a Commons showdown tonight over his plans for a referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.
THE FINAL year of university is usually dedicated to dissertations, final projects and exams, but Biological Sciences student, Rebecca Sultana, managed to set up a whole volunteering project with the Alzheimer’s Society and stage a fantastic concert for attendees.
WESSEX Cancer Trust will showcase the talents of The Den Comedy Club at the Lighthouse in Poole.
Police killers are to face minimum whole-life jail terms under proposals to be unveiled by the Home Secretary in front of thousands of rank-and-file police officers.